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Data data everywhere…

The Me2U project that’s investigating the use of Echo360 personal capture is – as far as data collection is concerned – entering its final phase. We have been going along to the teaching sessions for those courses that have been using Echo360 PCAP to distribute questionnaires to students and invite them to participate in focus […]

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Echo360 Community Conference Europe 2011

I went to the Echo360 Community Conference, Europe on 25th May 2011. I presented a poster at the conference, that provided an overview of the project I’m leading on the use of personal capture to support student learning. A PDF version of the poster can be downloaded by clicking on the image below. I also […]

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Using Echo360 personal capture using Echo360 personal capture

OK, so that all sounds a bit circular, but this blog post is about one of the ways in which we are creating guidance for those thinking about using Echo360 personal capture (PCAP). One of the outputs that we hope will have a really positive impact is the short screencasts that we are asking project […]

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Looking for patterns in students’ use of Echo360 screencasts

As part of the Me2U project we are evaluating student use of the short screencasts that have been created by lecturers. Some of this information will come from student questionnaires and focus groups, but we can also look at the reports that Moodle creates when students view pages where the screencasts are held. One of […]

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First phase of Me2U coming to an end…

So, we are now already four months into the project and this blog post provides an overview of where we’ve got to…. The project aimed to recruit ten lecturers to participate in the project and we decided to enlist three participants for the first phase (October – December) – the rationale being that any teething […]

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Introduction to the Me2U project – Echo360 personal capture for student learning

In August 2010, a proposal submitted by a team from the University of Sussex, UK was awarded funding as part of the Echo360 grants programme. The project, called ‘Me2U’ (on reflection, a title perhaps too close to theĀ  Chuckle Brothers catchphrase), has set out to investigate the ways in which the personal capture version of […]

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